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Just for kicks... Post your Hi-End Custom!

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by pablomigraine, May 16, 2011.


  1. pablomigraine

    pablomigraine Commercial User

    Feb 9, 2005
    New York
    VP & Managing Director - Willcox Basses
    That's an ACACIA bass .. long out of business but they made some beautiful instruments
     
  2. LimaGuy

    LimaGuy The Godfather

    Apr 21, 2011
    NY
    My DeMarino Custom Bass Built in 1989, Long Island, NY

    S7302122.
    S7302123.
     
  3. XylemBassGuitar

    XylemBassGuitar Supporting Member Commercial User

    Aug 14, 2008
    Durango, CO
    Owner and Operator, Xylem Handmade Basses and Guitars
    Beautiful bass. What kind of bridge is on this one?

     
  4. The mighty Stambaugh!

    (which I no longer own...)


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  5. Flaked Beans

    Flaked Beans

    Sep 9, 2005
    NYC
    :eek:
     
  6. SantiagoGT15

    SantiagoGT15

    Jun 22, 2010
    Praise & Worship Group Leader/Director
    :eek: and I thought alembics had just too many knobs , what did they do?:confused:
     
  7. johnk_10

    johnk_10 vintage bass nut Supporting Member Commercial User

    Feb 16, 2008
    Thousand Oaks, CA
    John K Custom Basses
    325no3completed-01.
     
  8. jacochops

    jacochops

    Jul 2, 2000
    Bryan, TX
    Hey John,
    LOVE your avatar pic, as well as the collection! Tay-stee!!!




     
  9. jacochops

    jacochops

    Jul 2, 2000
    Bryan, TX
    Okay...this is the "hang-your-head-how-flippin'-stupid-could-you-be-for-getting-rid-of-these" post:
    All previously mine, and many more that I can't find pics of...
    The Browne Bass twins
    CIMG8479.
    The Benevente:
    P2100214.
    The Low End 4...the 1st 4 string LEJ built:
    lejtb4.
     
  10. jacochops

    jacochops

    Jul 2, 2000
    Bryan, TX
  11. jacochops

    jacochops

    Jul 2, 2000
    Bryan, TX
    I'm a glutton for punishment...
    The 1st Nordstrand singlecut:
    CIMG3501.
    My fretless Nash:
    CIMG2509.
    My killing R Bass bolt on 33" scale:
    r3341.
    Another R Bass (I didn't bond w/this one):
    DSC02248.
    Another no-bond R Bass:
    CIMG4862.
     
  12. jacochops

    jacochops

    Jul 2, 2000
    Bryan, TX
    My bottom is starting to hurt...
    A fretless Stambaugh:
    CIMG5158.
    An STR fretless:
    CIMG8779.
    My custom Nordstrand (the 2nd bass Carey built for me):
    ed_nj4_web_000.
    A CB bass:
    d-060100-ff.
    aaaaannnddd...another. This one was AMAZING!:
    d-050720-f1.
    This one, I still have!:
    DSC_0484.

    I'm sure I'll stumble across more pics soon....I hope you enjoyed viewing my "pain"! :D
     
  13. jacochops

    jacochops

    Jul 2, 2000
    Bryan, TX
    Oops...one more for the road!
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    One more to show the back of my "ash"! :D
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  14. Ed Goode

    Ed Goode Jersey to Georgia Gold Supporting Member Supporting Member

    Nov 4, 2004
    Acworth, GA
    Endorsing Artist: FBB Bass Works
    I'll just post the ones that fit the category :)

    FBB 7, in the process of being de-fretted

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    Specs:

    FBB Bass # 1112-06
    7 string fretted, 35" scale, 24 frets
    18mm string spacing
    Extended single cut Atlas body
    5A quilted maple top, quartersawn African mahogony back
    Matching quilt maple headstock veneer
    5 piece neck, rock maple/bloodwood
    Morado fingerboard bound in birds eye
    FBB/Dingwall custom pickups
    Audere Z-mode pre-amp
    Black hardware, Hipshot 18mm A-style bridge, Ultralite tuners
    THG Custom knobs
    SIT/Conklin Power Core strings B-F
    Slim neck profile
    Body specs: 13-13.875" wide, 10-21.375" upper bout

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    Barker Vertical Bass Custom B1six

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    Specs:

    The Barker is designed using the primary specifications of an electric bass, in that it has a 34" scale neck with a standard 10" radius, two electric bass pick-ups in the typical neck and bridge locations, and a standard bridge and headstock with typical electric bass tuners. But the Barker also has the vertical orientation of a double bass, a chambered body which emulates the acoustic body of a DB, stands on an endpin, and has the physical appearance of somewhat skinny DB.

    The fingerboard is a lined ebony, side dots in the typical fretted locations, 22 "frets" with 19mm spacing. The electronics are Basslines, passive, with Vol/Vol/Tone controls. The "tailpiece" is cosmetic only. Input jack is at the back of the bass on the left side, so it doesn't interfere with me while playing.

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  15. SixString

    SixString

    Jul 20, 2002
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  16. pablomigraine

    pablomigraine Commercial User

    Feb 9, 2005
    New York
    VP & Managing Director - Willcox Basses
    I'm assuming you're a cardiac surgeon or Lottery winner.....

    :crying:
     
  17. Mark Wilson

    Mark Wilson Supporting Member

    Jan 12, 2005
    Toronto, Ontario
    Endorsing Artist: Elixir® Strings
    Did you happen to sell it to a dude up in the great white north? Alberta i think?
     
  18. younggun

    younggun

    Jul 19, 2008
    San Antonio
    My 3 Lecomptes:

    SDC10341.

    lec-cbxsc6-sn59-01.

    66963_447566533787_115020953787_5181155_3014043_n.
     
  19. tbrannon

    tbrannon

    Jun 11, 2006
    Ultimate PJ built by the fine folks at Alembic- Signature electronics. Sold this one to help fund a medical procedure for a good friend. Easy decision to make, but I still miss this bass. :crying:

    ws_amberL.

    58563.

    58565.
     
  20. wellso74

    wellso74 Supporting Member

    Jan 8, 2010
    Richmond, Virginia
    its green! I waited a few months for this dog!
     

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